[ PDF / Epub ] ☀ Gideons Spies Author Gordon Thomas – Ebats.us

Gideons Spies Created In 1951 To Ensure The Future Of An Embattled Israel, The Mossad Has Been Responsible For The Most Audacious And Thrilling Feats Of Espionage, Counterterrorism, And Assassination Ever Ventured Gordon Thomas S 1999 Publication Of Gideon S Spies, Resulting From Closed Door Interviews With Mossad Agents, Informants, And Spymasters As Well As From Classified Documents And Top Secret Sources, Revealed Previously Untold Truths About The Israeli Intelligence Agency And Now, In This Edition, Thomas Updates His Classic Text And Shows The Mossad As It Truly Is Brilliant, Ruthless, And Flawed, But Ultimately Awesome.Three All New Chapters Cover Topics Including How The Mossad Planned To Assassinate Saddam Hussein Saddam S Food Testing Ritual, And The Surprising Source Within His Government China S U.S Based Front Companies, And Its Relationship With Bin Laden Mossad S Untold Role In The Events Before And After 9 11 Mossad And Revelations About Princess Diana S Death The Disappearance Of The Millions Transferred From The Vatican Bank To The Polish Solidarity Movement How Extremists Recruit Suicide Bombers, Including Women Mossad S Untold Role In The Iraq War And The Hunts For Saddam And Bin Laden Saddam S Plans For Trial

[ PDF / Epub ] ☀ Gideons Spies  Author Gordon Thomas – Ebats.us
  • Paperback
  • 480 pages
  • Gideons Spies
  • Gordon Thomas
  • English
  • 06 February 2018
  • 0312339135

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    The most entertaining one star book you may ever read If I m rating based on the sheer page turner appeal of the first half of the book, I give it two or three stars Gideon s Spies is chalk full of harrowing tales of treachery, boldness, and bravery, written in the voice of a murder mystery The trouble is Thomas s shoddy writing, or, to be fair to Thomas, perhaps it s the publishing house s shoddy editing.It s hard to take very seriously a book that claims the Lockerbie bombings took place in The most entertaining one star book you may ever read If I m rating based on the sheer page turner appeal of the first half of the book, I give it two or three stars Gideon s Spies is chalk full of harrowing tales of treachery, boldness, and bravery, written in the voice of a murder mystery The trouble is Thomas s shoddy writing, or, to be fair to Thomas, perhaps it s the publishing house s shoddy editing.It s hard to take very seriously a book that claims the Lockerbie bombings took place in 1998 Thomas also doesn t do himself any favors in the credibility department by kicking the book off with a lengthy 30 page examination of the Princess Diana conspiracy theories Look, maybe Mossad was involved I don t know But if you re trying to establish credibility, at least bu...


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    In the world of smoke and mirrors that the world intelligence services operate in, Mossad are considered to be the best in terms of the quality and quantity of intelligence that they collect AS well as that the missions that they undertake are audacious, brave and just a little bit foolhardy.In this book, Thomas has brought together details of those missions and operations that Mossad has either undertaken, or has played a part in Through his extensive contacts in a variety of intelligence ser In the world of smoke and mirrors that the world intelligence services operate in, Mossad are considered to be the best in terms of the quality and quantity of intelligence that they co...


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    This is an interesting book to review While I learned quite a bit from this book, I take issue with the fill in the gap nature that the author of this book takes when he doesn t have evidence to present with the assertions that he makes There is no doubt that the author harbors an anti Israeli bias and this tone is evident throughout the book I am willing to read books and objectively consider the evidence at hand regardless of my preconceived beliefs In first reading this book, I expected t This is an interesting book to review ...


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    Gordon Thomas may be right to boast about what he claims are the unprecendented number and range of interviews that he conducted with high ranking officials from Mossad, the Israeli intelligence service Yet while the fruits of those interviews may be of interest in a spy novel sense, Thomas presentation of their sum mostly does not lead to a greater understanding of Israeil policy, or much of anything else Dramatic and intriguing they may be, but tales of Mossad officials cavorting around t Gordon Thomas may be right to boast about what he claims are the unprecendented number and range of interviews that he conducted with high ranking officials from Mossad, the Israeli intelligence service Yet while the fruits of those interviews may be of interest in a spy novel sense, Thomas presentation of their sum mostly does not lead to a greater understanding of Israeil policy, or much of anything else Dramatic and intriguing they may be, but tales of Mossad officials cavorting around the world, kidnapping former ...


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    It certainly cannot be said about this book that its author, Gordon Thomas, isn t completely taken with the subject at hand Writing with a schoolboy s fascination for the murky parallel world of international espionage, Gideon s Spies is a book full of smoke filled rooms, institutional treachery, and ruthless men and women operating in cunning ways that would make the most hardened of criminals take pause He describes a world where no one can be trusted, where deception is revered as an art fo It certainly cannot be said about this book that its author, Gordon Thomas, isn t completely taken with the subject at hand Writing with a schoolboy s fascination for the murky parallel world of international espionage, Gideon s Spies is a book full of smoke filled rooms, institutional treachery, and ruthless men and women operating in cunning ways that would make the most hardened of criminals take pause He describes a world where no one can be trusted, where deception is revered as an art form, and where your dance partner not only calls the tunes, but also gets to decide when it s lights out in the ballroom.While entertaining to read, Gideon s Spies is by no means the serious work of history that its subtitle A Secret History of the Mossad might...


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    A terrific read with the ins and outs of any spy book only this time the names and events are not necessarily changed to protect people It is the true history of the development of the Mossad its missions its successes its failures I was half way through the book when my father said it looked interesting and wanted to borrow it I was horrified but I survived Thankfully, he is a fast reader and he ...


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    So where to start This book came very highly recommended from a co worker as an educational tool regarding Mossad Specifically there were a lot of items in it that did relate to project and program management i.e planning for revenge on the Olympian attackers, assassinations, etc This part was very interesting in how they plan, test and execute I will say though the intriguing analysis was on Diane s murder Yes, we in America heard what was going on, we mourned ok some of us and listen So where to start This book came very highly recommended from a co worker as an educational tool regarding Mossad Specifically there were a lot of items in it that did relate to project and program management i.e planning for revenge on the Olympian attackers, assassinations, etc This part was very interesting in how they plan, test and execute I will say though the intriguing analysis was on ...


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